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A person may not solicit
(1) an undated or postdated proxy;
(2) a proxy which provides that it is dated after the date on which it is signed by the shareholder;
(3) a proxy which fails to disclose the shareholders' meeting, or any adjournment of that shareholders' meeting, for which it is solicited;
(4) a proxy which confers authority to vote at more than one shareholders' meeting or any adjournment of that shareholders' meeting; or
(5) a proxy which authorizes a vote at any shareholders' meeting other than the one disclosed.
History: Eff. 1/4/81, Register 77
Authority: AS 45.55.138
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